Indexes - Duncans in the War of 1812


Duncan research files of
Mary Ann (Duncan) Dobson
the Genealogy Bug

Last revised September 23, 2000

Indexes to Duncans in
the War of 1812
Misc. Indexes and Records

Bounty Land Warrant Applications, War of 1812 - only a few are microfilmed; these consist of the stub of the warrant only in most cases, and are in order by warrant number.
      #15725; Warrant 28 March 1818 to Marshall Duncan, late a musician in the detachment commanded by Capt. Jos. C. Belt of 28 Regt. Inf., 160a land; located 11 April 1818 (illeg.) (FHL film 983,171; later warrants not on film)

Pension Applications, War of 1812 - not microfilmed and are not available at the Family History Library

Index of MO and AR and Partial IL (C-D) Land Patentees, War of 1812; Warrants (Index on FHL film 983,163)
            Sec.1, MO Index (p.56)
      #13766: Duncan, William, Corporal, Talbot's 19th Inf., located Feb. 9, 1819, in NW 27-55-16. (NW 1/4 Sec.27 T55 R16) (from warrant on FHL film 983,170)
      #21346: Dunnan, William, (rank blank), Gates Co. of Artillery, located May 8, 1819, in SE 25-56-17. (from warrant on FHL film 983,173)
      #21562: Duncan, Lewis, (rank blank), Zantzinger's Corp. of Artillery, located May 17, 1819, in SE 36-56-20. (from warrant on FHL film 983,174)
      #22413 (indexed as #22433): Duncan, Coleman, Matross in Hobart's Light Artillery, located Aug. 27, 1819, in SW 11-56-19 (from warrant on FHL film 983,174)
            Sec.2, AR Patentees, from G.L.O. (General Land Office) Patent Book
      Vol.2 p.270: Duncan, Jeptha, #24,332; in NE (1/4 of Sec.) 35, (Twp) 10N, (Range) 7W (no dates)
      Vol.2 p.433: Dunkum, Ephraim, heirs of, #24,262; NE 18 2N 3E
      Vol.8 p.427: Duncan, alias Dunkin, Anderson, #25,043; SE 11 14N 4W
      Vol.10 p.154: Duncan, George heirs, #25,618; SE 23 7N 14W
      Vol.12 p.449: Duncan, Thomas, #24,945; NE 28 1S 2E
      Vol.13 p.6: Duncan, Daniel, #354; S 1/2 35 10N 4W
            Sec.3, IL (Partial) -- no Duncan
            Sec.4, Patentees Under Act of 1842 -- no Duncan


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